WOODVILLE, June 12. A shock of earthquake was experienced here at 5.30 this morning. MARION, June 12. The Borough Council proseented W. J. Smith for not taking out a license for a billiard room not attached to an hotel. The Resident Magistrate gave judgment for defendant. NAPIER, June 12, Victoria Lodge, 1,577,1.0. (Napier), have passed a resolution affirming the desirability of establishing a Grand Lodge. WELLINGTON, June 12. There was a sudden change in the weather this morning. It is now cold, and raining heavily from the south. CHRISTCHURCH. June 12. A number of cases for breach of the Beer Duty Act came before tho Reeident Magistrate this morning. Generally they were brought against licensees for neglecting to deface stamps when drawing beer from casks, but one was for assaulting a Customs official at the brewery. Tho decision in each case will be given on Saturday morning. Up to date 350 members have joined the union of tailors, tailoresses, and pressers lately formed here,
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7931, 12 June 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7931, 12 June 1889
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